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Navy Chaplain Candidate
Ft Bliss, Texas 79916

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  • Turning To God For Help

    Contributed on Dec 27, 2013

    Life is filled with troubles, and often it seems the best thing to do is just to ignore them. But, if we realized how serious and close to home some of our troubles really are, we would take action.

    Turning to God for help: On March 9th of 1994, a German tourist checked into a hotel near Miami International Airport. That night in his room he noticed a foul odor. But, travelers must put up with all sorts of discomforts, he thought, so he slept in the bed that night without a complaint to more

  • Imitating My Father

    Contributed on Dec 4, 2013

    Matt 5:48, Philippians 2:3-5, John 13:1-5; Luke 6:36; Peter 1:16 Imitating our earthly fathers is great, but not as great as imitating our Heavenly Father through perfect love, mercy, servanthood, and holiness.

    Imitating My Father Matt 5:48, Philippians 2:3-5, John 13:1-5; Luke 6:36; Peter 1:16 Today I want to talk to you about Imitating God. Ever since we were kids, we have always tried to be someone else. Someone we could look up to, someone greater, more powerful, and invisible. Before more

  • When God Calls Us To Leave The Safety Of Our Comfort Zone

    Contributed on Dec 4, 2013
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    Luke 5:4-6 1. Simon and his comfort zone 2. Fear barrier 3. Prayer with someone else 4. Detach and accept the calling Conclusion – Acceptance of the unknown-through faith in Christ

    Introduction: (Read Luke 5:4-6) In 2005, I was deployed to Taji, Iraq. I was a platoon sergeant at that time, and we had only been in theater roughly two weeks. Our arrival led the insurgency to be hot and heavy during those early weeks. Insurgents knew that we had not yet fully set up our more

  • Worshiping The All Mighty

    Contributed on Sep 21, 2013
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    A study of Psalm 145. Verse by verse with daily life applications to better absorb the marvelous grace of our Lord.

    Psalm 145 originates from true and wholesome worship from King David’s lips. With his last writing in the book of Psalm, David focuses on a wonderful God, who lives for eternity, with no beginning or end. Here we see a unification of praise. Anyone can sing this praise, Jew or Gentile, man more

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